Man accused of shooting Wendy's employee out on reduced bond - FOX34 Lubbock

Man accused of shooting Wendy's employee out on reduced bond

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A man accused of killing a Wendy's drive-thru worker earlier this month is out of jail on a reduced bond.

Police report Rene Quintanilla shot and killed 21-year-old Robert Rodriguez at the University and South Loop location.

Police say Rodriguez got into a fight with two people in a vehicle during an order. When one of Rodriguez's relatives showed up to get involved, investigators say Quintanilla pulled a gun and shot Rodriguez.

He was originally jailed on a $250,000 bond, but now he's out on a $50,000.

If convicted, Quintanilla faces up to life in prison with the possibility for parole.

 

 

 

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